Thursday, September 25, 2008

Craft ideas for quiet weekends

Craft ideas for quiet weekends By Kate Leighton Bored on a Saturday night? Well, with the weather changing and the price of gas, who can blame you for wanting to just chill indoors? If you’re looking for a creative outlet for all that energy, and are looking for something meaningful to do, we have a few ideas to keep you occupied! This Mandala Coloring Book is great for all ages. Believe it or not, it is under $10.00, contains over 70 designs, including chakra mandalas, and is downloadable right from your PC in an easy .pdf format. A Mandala is the representation of the universe, and coloring one is a great form of meditation. You can see it and a sample of what the Mandala looks like at www.mandalahealing.com. In for the long haul? Okay, then you need something that will take some time to do. Imagine creating this incredible Buddhist cross-stitch picture for your wall. It’s beautiful, peaceful and will look amazing on any wall. There are a ton of great patterns available at www.stitch-cross.com . Put on some quiet music, sit down, and learn the Art of Bonsai. This Bonsai Tree kit comes with everything, including a 2 year old Japanese Juniper Bonsai Tree and full instructions. Cultivate nature as you bring your spirit into balance. Oh yeah, and it’s under $20.00. There are some great accessories and other plant kits at www.evesgardeninc.com. So if you’re looking for something to work on over the fall and winter, why not stop for a moment and work on your spirit. Share Share on Facebook Digg This del.icio.us Stumble Upon

puppies behind bars

puppies behind bars
this is fantastic

raise a puppy to help the blind